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U.K. Parliament Faces a Key Brexit Question: What Does It Want?

U.K. Parliament Faces a Key Brexit Question: What Does It Want?

Brexit opponents outside the Houses of Parliament in London. Lawmakers are expected to vote on Wednesday on a range of options for Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union.
China Expels Former Interpol Chief From Communist Party for ‘Extravagant’ Spending

China Expels Former Interpol Chief From Communist Party for ‘Extravagant’ Spending

Meng Hongwei, the former head of Interpol, at the Interpol World gathering in Singapore in 2017.
Boeing, Jussie Smollett, Measles: Your Wednesday Briefing

Boeing, Jussie Smollett, Measles: Your Wednesday Briefing

The actor Jussie Smollett left Cook County Court on Tuesday.
People Actually Like the Green New Deal

People Actually Like the Green New Deal

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez speaking at a press conference about the Green New Deal, as Senator Ed Markey looks on.
‘On Paper, the Election Is the Democrats’ to Lose’

‘On Paper, the Election Is the Democrats’ to Lose’

President Trump greeting supporters in West Palm Beach on Friday.
How to Save the American Racehorse

How to Save the American Racehorse

A horse training at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, Calif., this month. Twenty-two horses have died there since late December.
Stop Ignoring Those ‘Update Your Device’ Messages

Stop Ignoring Those ‘Update Your Device’ Messages

The inside of a computer with the Asus logo in Jersey City.
On a Colorado Ski Trip, Planes, Trains, No Automobiles

On a Colorado Ski Trip, Planes, Trains, No Automobiles

The Winter Park Express arrives at Union Station in Denver. During ski season, the train delivers passengers to the Winter Park Resort, about 70 miles away.
Scotland Dispatch: ‘Dog Suicide Bridge’: Why Do So Many Pets Keep Leaping Into a Scottish Gorge?

Scotland Dispatch: ‘Dog Suicide Bridge’: Why Do So Many Pets Keep Leaping Into a Scottish Gorge?

Overtoun Bridge in Dumbarton, Scotland, from which hundreds of dogs are said to have jumped.
The Long Run: ‘Newark’s Original Sin’ and the Criminal Justice Education of Cory Booker

The Long Run: ‘Newark’s Original Sin’ and the Criminal Justice Education of Cory Booker

Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey at Voorhees College in South Carolina, last month.
Gillibrand Discloses 2018 Taxes, Pushing 2020 Rivals to Follow Suit

Gillibrand Discloses 2018 Taxes, Pushing 2020 Rivals to Follow Suit

Senator Kirsten Gillbrand, trailing in the polls, has been mounting an energetic rollout of her candidacy in recent weeks.
South of the Wall, North of the Border: Life in Texas’ No Man’s Land

South of the Wall, North of the Border: Life in Texas’ No Man’s Land

A break in the border fence leaves room for a road to pass through in Brownsville, Texas.
Steve King, Facing Backlash From Both Parties, Fights for Political Life

Steve King, Facing Backlash From Both Parties, Fights for Political Life

Representative Steve King, Republican of Iowa, with constituents after a town hall meeting last week in Charter Oak, Iowa. Faced with what are considered his most serious Republican primary
19th-Century ‘Humiliation’ Haunts China-U.S. Trade Talks

19th-Century ‘Humiliation’ Haunts China-U.S. Trade Talks

President Xi Jinping of China in Rome last week. China is resisting the Trump administration’s demand that the United States be allowed to impose tariffs if Beijing fails to keep its promises.

Screenland: People Don’t Bribe College Officials to Help Their Kids. They Do It to Help Themselves.

At least one of the students whose parents stand accused of fraud doesn’t appear to have been very interested in higher education in the first place.
‘They’re Leaving Us With Nothing’: Cuts of 150 Teachers Threaten Troubled N.J. City

‘They’re Leaving Us With Nothing’: Cuts of 150 Teachers Threaten Troubled N.J. City

Garrett Vargo teaching music to fourth graders at an elementary school in Paterson, N.J., where the school board has proposed laying off 150 teachers and eliminating music classes.
Best of Late Night: Jussie Smollett’s Case Leaves Late-Night Hosts Scratching Their Heads

Best of Late Night: Jussie Smollett’s Case Leaves Late-Night Hosts Scratching Their Heads

James Corden joked: “Smollett isn’t being charged with a crime, but he hasn’t been officially ‘exonerated.’ So if nothing else, he is now qualified to be president of the United States.”